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Literature Review Value Alignment Process for Project Delivery

CRC Construction Innovation (2001) Literature Review Value Alignment Process for Project Delivery. CRC for Construction Innovation, Brisbane.

Abstract

The objective of the project “Value Alignment Process for Project Delivery” is to provide a catalyst and tools for reform in the building and construction industry to transform business-as-usual performance into exceptional performance. The outcomes of this project will be beneficial to not only the construction industry, but to the community as a whole because a more sophisticated industry can deliver more effective use of assets, financing, operating and maintenance of facilities to suit the community’s needs. The research project consists of a study into best practice project delivery and the development of a suite of products, resources and services to guide project teams towards the best approach for a specific project. These resources will be focused on promoting the principles that underlie best practice project delivery, rather than on identifying a particular delivery system. The need for such tools and resources becomes more and more acute as the environment within which the construction industry operates becomes more and more complex, and as business and political imperatives shift to encompass or represent diverse stakeholder interests. To this end, this literature review looks at why it is essential to achieve transformation in the Australian construction industry in the context of its importance to the Australian economy. It seeks to investigate the concepts of ‘alignment’ and value’ as they pertain to construction industry processes and relationships. It comprehensively reviews drivers of project excellence and best practice project delivery principles and looks at how clients approach selection of project delivery systems. It critiques existing project delivery strategies and gives an overview of recent best practice initiatives. The literature review represents a milestone against the Project Agreement and forms a foundation document for this research project

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ID Code: 26776
Item Type: Report
Keywords: CRC for Construction Innovation, Program C Delivery and Management of Built Assets , Project 2001-003-C : Value Alignment Process for Project Delivery
Divisions: Current > Research Centres > CRC Construction Innovation
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Deposited On: 11 Aug 2009 16:38
Last Modified: 09 Jun 2010 23:57

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